In our welcome packages that we give to all new clients who give my studio a try, we include a copy of Mark Middleton's, Growing Bolder Magazine. His interviews are awe inspiring and really make feel great about aging and growing "BOLDER"not older!
Pancakes are typically filled with grains and sugar and then topped with sugary syrup. This recipe for Sweet Potato Pancakes, on the other hand, is made without grains and refined sugars. It’s the perfect way to treat yourself on the weekend without getting off track with your healthy eating.
Eating plenty of fresh veggies is an excellent, healthy choice. Here’s a simple recipe for roasting vegetables that’s a wonderful side dish for dinner. Use whatever vegetables you have on hand, or seek out the full spectrum of colors for a natural vitamin boost.
You woke up this morning and began making choices. At the end of each day the sum of your choices pushes you in a direction. Today is a big deal. Today is all you have. Make the most of today.
Have you ever noticed how two people can do the exact same fitness routine for a period of time and one will have breathtaking results while the other looks the same as when they started? Why is that? Find Out
Meet our newest YPB Functional Aging Specialist, Cathy Hart. Read Cathy's story,what brought her to YPB and why Team YPB fell in love with her and you will too!
Don’t let the simplicity of this recipe fool you – this is one flavorful dish! It’s spicy, sweet and tart, with divine bites of buttery shrimp.
Here’s a recipe for all of you who tell me that you don’t know how to cook. With this simple technique of folding ingredients in a parchment paper packet and baking it in the oven, anyone can make this delicious, nutritious, fitness meal.
Striving for perfection doesn’t always work. Quite frankly, perfection is unattainable, and will always leave you falling short and feeling bad about yourself. Instead I like to remind myself of this quote…'Strive for progress, not perfection.' -Anonymous
Do you ever look for ways to eat chocolate for breakfast? These mini muffins use cooked quinoa in place of traditional flours along with some of those stevia-sweetened chocolate chips.